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Statement on Inclusion & Diversity

Intolerance and racism have no place in our world. The recent events that, once again, exposed racism and raised such heartfelt anger and fear across our country underscore the urgent need to address the fundamental causes of these incidents. Diversity and inclusion are important values of The Vulcan Way. At work and at home, all of our employees are expected to acknowledge, respect, value and embrace people of different backgrounds and perspectives.
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Safety & Health

COVID-19 Update and Resources

Together, we have a responsibility to one another, our families, neighbors and communities. We’re committed to supporting our employees and customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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People

It’s All About Family

At Vulcan’s McCook Quarry, co-workers are more than just colleagues, they’re family. Once a year employees are encouraged to invite their families to the quarry for ‘Family Day’ and introduce those closest to them to their other family, their Vulcan family.
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Community

Knippa Rockcrushers

The Knippa, Texas Independent School District is all about Vulcan. The high school gymnasium in Knippa is named The Vulcan Center and the school mascot is, what else, a Rockcrusher!...
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Community

Grand Opening

Joined by over 150 neighbors, stakeholders and customers, Vulcan’s Southeast Division celebrated the grand opening of its new aggregates quarry in Lexington County, South Carolina by hosting an open house. The open house welcomed members of the community into the facility where they met with the Vulcan team and asked questions. Those who attended were able to take a tour of the quarry, look at equipment, learn how Vulcan uses science and technology in our daily operation and enjoy a free lunch in the pop-up Quarry Café.
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Community

Disaster Relief Ship Stranded

The Downs family was stranded in Houston aboard their disaster relief ship “Glory.” They needed fuel to make a supply run to Puerto Rico. Vulcan Materials Company donated 10-thousand gallons of diesel fuel so they could complete their humanitarian mission...
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Community

Recreation Rocks

A long-term partner of the Florahome Parks and Recreation Association, Grandin donated $16,000 toward construction of a new playground at Palmetto Park. The playground is located adjacent to the Florahome Trailhead for the Palatka-to-Lake Butler State Trail, roughly six miles east of the sand plant. The trail runs north of the plant’s entrance...
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Community

“Daily Mile” Initiative

Vulcan Materials Gold Hill Quarry provided an in-kind donation of over 300 tons of stone in the past 2 years for 10 elementary schools in Rowan County, North Carolina. The stone was used to build walking tracks/trails in partnership with Healthy Rowan...
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Environmental Stewardship

Phone Recycling Helps Gorillas

IT employees from the Vulcan Materials Company Western Division collected 600 old mobile phones for recycling. This helps decrease demand for coltan, mined in Africa and used to manufacture electronics. The mineral wreaks havoc on gorillas and other animals...
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